One big city

PUBLISHED: 16:40 01 November 2006 | UPDATED: 21:24 29 May 2010

I UNDERSTAND the East of England have been told that it will have to the equivalent of a city the size of Birmingham by 2021 to meet the demand for new homes. I don t believe this but just say they do have to, why not just do that and build one big city

I UNDERSTAND the East of England have been told that it will have to the equivalent of a city the size of Birmingham by 2021 to meet the demand for new homes.

I don't believe this but

just say they do have to, why not just do that and build one big city in an undeveloped area in Britain, rather than upsetting just about every village and town in the country.

Surely it would be better to upset one large area, than the whole dam country.

I'm sure it would be the hardest decision ever to make, but the few would have to pay the price for the many.

I'm sure it they could put up the compensation to make up for the terrible loss some people would have to make, money always talks.

Jesse Pryke

Southend Road

Great Baddow

Chairman

Maldon and East Chelmsford UKIP branch


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